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Vote Yes for School Bonds and Levies – Education is at the Heart of a Healthy Economy

Education is at the Heart of a Healthy Economy
We encourage you to Vote Yes for School Bonds and Levies that are on the February 10 ballot. Bonds and Levies fund the most important asset we have to ensure our community has a strong workforce to fill jobs in our community – and support the health of our economy.

Why Vote Yes for School Bonds and Levies?
Bonds are necessary to provide infrastructure and technology updates and keep our kids safe at school.  Levies make up 20% of public school district budgets, and support things like important extracurricular activities, technology, essential school supplies, staff, and more. Most of all, it funds the most important asset we have to ensure we have a strong workforce to support a healthy economy.

Learn More. We invite you to get involved today!
Learn more about the importance of bonds and levies and how they support our community. Please contact Alisha Benson, Vice President of Education and Workforce at abenson@greaterspokane.org to get involved. For more information, visit www.EducationGrowsEconomies.com.

#EducationGrowsEconomies #BeEducated #VoteYes

 

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